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Injured and Filing a Lawsuit? Know These 2 Things

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Have you recently been injured and you are not sure what to do about it? If so, there are some important things that you must know before moving forward with a personal injury lawsuit. That’s because many people have misconceptions about injury lawsuits that should be cleared up. Don’t make a mistake by not knowing the current information and your rights. 1. Auto Accident Victims Have Many Rights When involved in an auto accident, you may think that all you have the right to is compensation for the physical damage to your car and your medical bills directly related to the accident.…

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Divorcing During School Time: How Do You Encourage Your Children?

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If you and your spouse plan to legally separate or divorce during the school year, you may worry a great deal about your children and how the divorce will affect their education. Divorce can be emotionally and personally challenging for students, especially children who are still in primary school. Children of divorcing parents can experience poor grades, peer pressure, and many other problems in school. You can encourage your children to maintain good grades during your divorce with these tips.…

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3 Tips That Can Help If Your Social Security Disability Claim Is Turned Down

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Did you recently get turned down for your Social Security disability claim? If so, you are obviously going to be upset, but don’t despair. An appeals process is available to you and it is possible to turn things around if you play your cards right. Here are three tips that can help you after getting your initial Social Security disability claim turned down. Contact an Attorney If you filed your first claim entirely on your own with no legal help, that was your first mistake.…

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Premature Discharge: Get The Facts

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Hospital patients are typically only released when it’s clear that they are fit to leave, but occasionally they are allowed to go too early. This unfortunate circumstance is known as premature discharge and can have serious consequences for the patient involved. The following article takes a closer look at this important medical issue. Ethics Doctors and hospital personnel have an ethical obligation to discharge patients only when it’s safe to do so.…

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3 Tips When Seeking A Pain And Suffering Auto Settlement

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Auto accidents can destroy cars and cause serious injuries that last for years. If you’ve been injured in a car accident, you may qualify for pain and suffering for both physical and emotional injuries. Winning pain and suffering settlements, however, can be difficult, so make sure you follow these three tips when you are seeking a pain and suffering auto settlement. Hire an Accident Attorney For minor accidents, an auto accidents lawyer may not be necessary, but if injuries are involved, you should considering hiring a lawyer, especially if you are pursing pain and suffering.…

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Four Divorce Tips For Stay-At-Home Spouses

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If you are a spouse who has stayed at home, perhaps to take care of children, for the majority of your marriage, then you may be a bit apprehensive about pursuing a divorce. You probably wonder how you will support yourself and if your spouse will truly be made to pay you alimony. The good news is that while divorce is always challenging, many other stay-at-home spouses have successfully divorced and moved on with their lives.…

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How To Fight Your Red Light Camera Ticket

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Getting a ticket from a red light camera is extremely frustrating. You might have felt like your driving was justified and not dangerous. Other people may have also kept going, or you might have just barely been behind the line when the camera flashed. In any case, it may be possible to fight a red light ticket.  Look at the Photos In order to get charged with a red light violation, the state must have a clear picture of you as the driver.…

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Alimony: Things You Probably Didn't Know

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For some people, alimony is just one of those things that is considered a thing of the past. Fortunately, for those who need it, alimony (or spousal support) is far from being passé. If you are in the throes of a divorce, you may not consider this issue, but you should. There is no shame in expecting to be paid some financial support, even if only for a short period of time.…

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3 Tips For A Motorcycle Accident Case

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To be certain that you are able to get the compensation you need for any motorcycle case, it’s definitely worth your time to conduct your research. People end up suffering serious injuries or worse and motorcycle accidents, so you always need to know how to get representation that will help you to pay for your injuries. By reading the tips below, it will be easier for you to get excellent motorcycle accident care that will serve you.…

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An Overview Of The Different Forms Of Alimony

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You probably know that alimony is the financial support you give to or receive from your former spouse after the divorce, but do you know that there are different forms of alimony? Here is a brief overview of alimony types: Temporary Alimony Just like the name suggests, temporary alimony is that which you pay for a limited period. The period may be predetermined or it may be based upon an event or occurrence.…

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